Tuesday, November 15, 2011

"Gold Rush" - Number One TV Show for Men

I posted two weeks ago about how Gold Rush was the number one television show among men - excluding the Game 7 of the World Series - which, I thought, really wasn't saying a whole lot. However, for last week, they were simply the number one show on television for men - without any exclusions.

The all-new premiere of Discovery Channel's hit series Gold Rush on Friday, November 11 was the number one program in all of television during prime time (no exclusions) among Men 25 - 54 ratings and delivery.  The third episode of season two, titled "Family Feud," was also #2 in all of television among Men 18 - 49 (behind  only College Basketball on ESPN). This week's premiere telecast earned a 2.84 HH / 2.11 P25-54 AA%, delivering an average of 4.15 million viewers (P2+).  As with last week, Gold Rush was the top program in key demographics, finishing as the #1 cable program (no exclusions) among Persons 25-54 / 18-49, Men 25-54 /18-49, and Women 25-54 ratings and delivery.

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